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  1. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism”

  2. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism” Free Trade

  3. 3.3. The End of the Cold War The Argument for Free Trade

  4. 3.3. The End of the Cold War The Argument against Free Trade

  5. The Canada-US Free Trade Agreement • The 1988 “free trade” election • CUSFTA signed January 2, 1988 and entered into force January 1, 1989

  6. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism” Free Trade Security and Defence

  7. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism” Free Trade Security and Defence Development Policy Reform

  8. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism” Free Trade Security and Defence Development Policy Reform The Environment

  9. 3.3. The End of the Cold War The Environment: a foreign policy issue

  10. 3.3. The End of the Cold War Brian Mulroney and “Constructive Internationalism” Free Trade Security and Defence Development Policy Reform The Environment Opposing the U.S.

  11. The End of the Cold War Fall of the Berlin Wall (9 Nov. 1989) Collapse of Communist Regimes in CEE German Unification (3 Oct. 1990) Warsaw Pact Dissolves (1 Jul. 1991) USSR Disintegrates (31 Dec. 1991)

  12. 3.3. The End of the Cold War The End of the Cold War The Impact on Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy: Continuity and Change

  13. 3.3. The End of the Cold War The Canadian Government Response in the 1990s: Close relationship with US (NAFTA, NORAD Renewal) Multilateralism Stayed in NATO: withdrew stationed forces, supported enlargement, supported NATO peace operations in Balkans Increased involvement in UN/non-UN peacekeeping Maintained interest in International Peace and Security Attempted to increase exports (Team Canada, WTO) No direct military threat to Canada, but military still called upon to go overseas